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Manchester United deny meeting Guardiola

Manchester United deny meeting Guardiola
Sojo Latinovic

Manchester United have denied meeting with Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola to woo the Spaniard over to the Old Trafford as Louis van Gaal’s successor.

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France Football reported that a meeting between the heads at United and Guardiola took place in Paris, but the Red Devils have rubbished the story as not true.

The former Barcelona boss, who has confirmed that he will not continue as manager at Bayern Munich at the end of the current season, has revealed that he’s getting offers from Premier League clubs and he’s considering a move to England.

Strong indications are coming from England that Manchester United will be replacing the under pressure van Gaal with the Bayern boss, but they face a strong battle as rivals Manchester City are favourites to land his signature. Chelsea are also interested in getting the 2-time Champions League winner’s services.

Manchester United’s playing style have been strongly criticized under van Gaal, and the club is presently 2 points out of the top 4 zone.

Meanwhile, Guardiola has openly apologised to Premier League managers for putting them under pressure after announcing that he will be coaching in England come next season.

“It was not my intention to offend anybody,” he said. “Normally in my career as a trainer and as a player, I respect my colleagues a lot.”

                         


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Srdan “Sojo” Latinovic is a sports editor/writer with previous writing experience for Chicago.com, Bleacher Report and Suite 101. He has covered soccer, basketball and hockey among other sports and also has keen knowledge in tennis and football. Sojo has played competitive sports since he was 5 years old and still does to this day, although the level of competition has dropped since his semi-professional days of soccer in Germany in the late ‘90s. Sojo is a 2009 graduate of Columbia College Chicago with a degree in Sports Journalism and is a recipient of the 2009 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award.

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